Want to compete in the SEC? Sign better athletes.
It’s really a simple equation. And Mississippi State Dan Mullen feels his program has taken steps in that direction:
“I think we’re much more athletic than we were (in Year One). Now, it doesn’t mean we’re going to be better football players. We’ve got to make sure we’re better football players as well. That’s important, too.”
Obviously. But if the Bulldogs are making progress on the athletic-front, that’s a big positive as the coach heads into an important fourth season at MSU’s helm.